Cloakroom Q - Leave Me At Lusk Single Review

Art rock neo psychedelic 5 piece from Northern Ireland, Cloakroom Q have been wowing audiences with their energetic live gigs and their brilliant EP "Going For A Walk And I'm Not Coming Back" which I reviewed back in October 2018. Ryan Elmore, Daniel Havern,  Sean Hickey, Conall Coulter and Dan Monaghan are back with a brand new single "Leave Me At Lusk" which was released on the compilation "Scratch My Progress Vol. 8". The EP features songs from Cloakroom Q, Joel Harkin, sasha samara and Conor Marcus. 
Scratch My Progress is an annual talent development programme that offers 4-5 musical acts the chance to hothouse their talents through learning about the business of music, songwriting and performing.

"Leave Me At Lusk" is another mind bending track from Cloakroom Q. It transcends so many genres passing through punk, pop, rock and psychedelic funk. The vocals from Ryan Elmore are beautifully unpredictable as they change from one direction to the next leaving the listener with no idea of where the song will take them next. Incredible!

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